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Tent Small Candle Stove KP: There is a rumor going about that you can heat a tent with a candle.. A: http://outdoors.stackexchange.com/questions/3389/... I have experienced bitter cold at 4 o'clock in my tent and it would be perfect if I could heat it enough for winter cam…
michael ermis saved to Rocket stove
I'm positive that anyone — even people who are terrible at DIY projects — can make this DIY alcohol stove. Here's how to do it.
Meredith Menard saved to Be Prepared! ;)
Hobo stoves are really simple stoves made from cans. Hobo stoves have experienced a comeback in recent years. Here’s what you need to know if you want to make a DIY hobo stove.
Crazy saved to Survival prepping
A rocket stove is a great tool to have on hand for camping or to keep in a survival kit. Make your own with stuff you probably have around your house.
Jordan Irene E saved to DIY
Super light weight and easy to build, this hot tent heater is guaranteed to keep you warm on your next snowy winter mountain adventure!Paint Can Stove Build ...
Michael Sterba saved to Cold weather camping
Fold Flat Dollar Mini Camp Stove: I saw this stove on youtube by Survival First and made one change that improves three aspects of the stove. Nice small light cheap secondary stove to add to your. Made this stove so i could win stove vote for me.
John Swogger saved to DIY and crafts
I think almost everyone at one time or another needs a “Hobo Stove”. What you need to make one: * a large tin can (about a one-gallon size) * 2 wire coat hangers * Bottle Opener (church key) * a small punch or a small Phillips screw driver The advantage of the Hobo Stove is that small twigs or a few
MARSHA DUGAY saved to Survival Food
Hold on to those tin cans! We've got nearly 50 upcycled tin can crafts to try.
Ilse Krause saved to Crafts to make and sell
There are many ways to make a DIY emergency stove, and they all involve materials you might find in your average zombie-ravaged city.
Today we’re proud to present another DIY project from a fellow Doing the Stuff Networker. Jamie Burke is a master at repurposing trash and junk. His latest project shared on our DTSN Facebook…
A Alexander saved to Homesteading and Prepping